Draw a figure of a human figure and draw your hexagram next to it. Connect the bottom line with the feet, the second line with the legs, the third with the belly, the fourth with the arms and back, the fifth with shoulders and face and the top line with the brain. Now you have some clue to the realm of each line. This applies not only to people - situations or ideas also have 'feet', 'legs' and so on.
The third line has to do with emotions and evaluation.
The second line with reactions, 'walking in the world', connections with other beings.
The bottom line with reality, action, matter, the way one stands on the earth, beginnings.
The top line has to do with spirit, religion, the end or 'beyond' things.
The fifth line with organizing, leading, ideals, giving structure to things.
The fourth line with decisions, finding the road, choices.
I did not make this up by myself, there are many clues that hexagrams are built up this way. Most are ideas from later ages, but in the YiJing itself there are many lines with parts of the body, and they are very often used as symbols for certain behavior.
So the answer can tell you about relations and emotions (2 and 3), or reality, decisions and spirit (1, 4 and 6), and it is not a question of which one is the most important. It is a combination. If you go to the Northpole, you need warm clothes and a ship and a lot more. If you go to a warm sunny beach, you need lemonade and maybe money and a train ticket, but no warm clothes. Every situation asks for a different set of attributes. Choosing just one of those and not the rest can even be dangerous.
EXAMPLES for the meanings of line-places:
When the top line is yang, one can take a look at hex.23, a hexagram with only the top line yang: leaving or losing outer things, receptive, only the spirit is active. All the other lines or options are receptive. I chose the yang lines for examples, because yang is by its nature more visible than yin.
If line 5 is yang: see hex.8, the ability to lead and organize is active, the other abilities are receptive.
Line 4 is yang: hex.16, finding the road is active - motivation, choices, decisions.
Line 3 is yang: hex.15, empathy is active, emotions are strong, but for the rest you follow the situation.
Line 2 is yang: hex.7, conquering the world or defending your territory or interacting with your people.
Bottom line is yang: hex.24, finding one's own orbit, one's road in life - and walk it in every action.
The trigram-lines and the hexagram-lines were combined with earth, man and heaven, from the bottom up. For the hexagram lines 1 and 2 belong together (earth), 3 and 4 (man), 5 and 6 (heaven).
Top line heaven-heaven: pure spirit.
Line 5 heaven-man: human side of spirit.
Line 4 man earth: reality of man.
Line 3 man heaven: spirit of man, thoughts, emotions and so on.
Line 2 earth man: human reality.
Bottom line earth earth: pure reality.
Since the trigram is more abstract than the hexagram, 'man' in the trigram is human, humane, humanity. In the hexagram it is human, personal.